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Hormone drug shortage forces desperate solutions

Depo-Testosterone has been out of stock since December last year, possibly increasing the risk of serious physical and mental health problems

Africans say SA’s queer ‘haven’ is hell

Nondiscriminatory laws exist in name only for those seeking refuge from Uganda and elsewhere

Happiness is … gender-affirming surgery

'I can feel the pain, yes. But the excitement itself counteracts the pain'

Shutting down the blaming of women for rape

On Wednesday, women and gender non-conforming activists marched to mark the start of Women’s Month in South Africa and to say ‘enough is enough’

Homeless trans folk out in the cold

Though the word ‘shelter’ is equated with a safe space, in reality it is often the opposite

‘Ambassadors’ for trans surgery rally for better services

The inaccessibility to gender-affirming surgery is discouraging to transgender people seeking these services

‘I asked for a child, not a girl or boy’

A nongovernmental organisation is taking on the problems faced by transgender pupils at schools

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